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  1. Sedum forsterianum elegans
    $3.75
    Low, spreading, semi-evergreen perennial with blue-green, needle-like foliage. Lower leaves take on a red cast in the winter. This is a great sedum for semi-moist, shady areas, as it really resents the hot midday sun. Grows 4-6" tall by 12" wide. Hardy to -20°F Learn More
  2. Oct. 1
    $3.75
    Zone 5 Native to mountainous regions of the Mediterranean. Often sold as Sedum hispanicum minus in the US, but identified as S. griesbachi by Ray Stepehson. A short stemmed, small rosette Sedum, evergreen, hardy, with yellow flowers in summer. Does not like wet feet in winter. Learn More
  3. Sedum hispanicum 'Blue Carpet'
    $3.75
    Mat-forming succulent with narrow, blue-green foliage. Learn More
  4. Sedum hispanicum minus purpurea
    $3.75
    Low growing tufts of purple-green foliage. Grows 2" tall and spreads to form a low mat purple of purple foliage. Learn More
  5. april
    $3.75
    Low mounding semi-evergreen with green, needle-like foliage. Takes on a blue cast in summer. Learn More
  6. Sedum hybridum 'Immergrunchen'
    $3.50
    Low-growing, semi-evergreen sedum. Grows 4-6" tall and spreading. Glossy, yellow-green foliage is highlighted by yellow flowers in mid summer. Learn More
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  8. Sedum kamtschaticum  'Gold Carpet'  (Phedimus)
    $3.75
    Mat-forming deciduous sedum; may be evergreen in milder climates. Rich green leaves and bright yellow flowers. Learn More
  9. mid July flower
    $3.75
    Zones 3-9, Herbacious in Zone 7b. Remove old stems and see a crown of new buds ready to grow in spring. Learn More
  10. early July
    $3.75
    Mounding, semi-evergreen perennial. Green and gold, variegated foliage. New growth comes from the basal crown. Goes semi to completely dormant in the winter. Remove old stems and find a crown of new buds ready to grow in spring. Grows 6-8" tall by 8-12" wide. Hardy to -40°F Learn More

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